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From: Thomas Krahn <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Y chromosome SNP occuring in Morethan one Paternal Lineages
Date: Sun, 21 Feb 2010 18:54:19 -0600
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Al Aburto wrote:
> Thomas,
> Where can one read more about the NRY actually recombining?
>
On the Y chromosome DNA ;)
I recall to have read an article about this subject recently but I don't
remember where.
Simply think about all the recLOH events in the palindromic region. This
is considered to be a part of the NRY.
> Is L192 then to be considered unstable?
>
No. When a marker recombines around every 50000 years or so I consider
him as rather stable.

Thomas


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